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The Legal Status of People in and Revived from
Cryonic or Cybernetic Biostasis

December 10, 2009
Terasem Island, Second Life

Fred and Linda Chamberlain

Fred Chamberlain
Co-Editor, LifeQuest Publications
Member, Cryonics Institute
Second Life Avatar: Kirsch Greenwood

Linda Chamberlain
Arizona, United States
Second Life Avatar: Alegria Greenwood

Empowerment of Cybertwins as Trustees, Surrogates for Reanimation Decision Making, and Guardians of Cryonauts, Prior to Personality Interface Implementation by Mutual Consent


Chana de Wolf

Chana de Wolf
Director of Advanced Neural Biosciences
Portland, Oregon, United States
Second Life Avatar: Swank Frostbite

Legal Protection of Patients in Cryostasis


Danila Medvedev

Danila Medvedev
Founder, Director of KrioRus
Second Life Avatar: Danila Warilla

Expanding the "Right to Life" Concept to Cover Life Preservation and Life Extension Specifically


Linda MacDonald-Glenn

Linda MacDonald-Glenn, J.D., LLM
Burlington, Vermont, United States
Second Life Avatar: LuLu Morenz

Consciousness, Culpability, and Cryopreservation: Practical Problems to Preserving the Person


Igor Levenberg

Igor Levenberg
Law Student
St. John's University School of Law
Queens, New York, United States
Second Life Avatar: Migor Davidov

Reasoning from the Unborn to the Undead: Cryonics and the Exceptions to the Ascertainable Beneficiary Requirement in Trust Law


Martine Rothblatt

Martine Rothblatt, Ph.D.
President & Co-founder,
Terasem Movement, Inc.
Florida, United States
Second Life Avatar: Vitology Destiny

Application of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to People Revived from Mindfiles



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